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A colorful painting that depicts racing under the shadows of the Twin Spires by Atlanta-based artist Jeff Williams has been unveiled as the official art of the 2009 “Art of the Kentucky Derby” series that celebrates next year’s 135th renewals of the Kentucky Derby and the Kentucky Oaks.
Peter Blum’s 4-year-old filly Elope collected her third win in four starts with a 2 ¾-length victory over Tequilas Dayjur in Friday’s $60,700 Dream Supreme Handicap at Churchill Downs.
The eight horses entered in Saturday’s 28th running of the Iroquois (Grade III) for 2-year-olds at Churchill Downs is a bit unusual in that none of the eight young starters in the one-mile race has won a stakes race.
A strong year for veteran trainer James Baker hit a significant bump when injury prematurely ended the career of stable star Elite Squadron, but Baker hopes to regain some lost momentum when he saddles a pair of rising young stars in the two stakes races that highlight Saturday’s “Stars of Tomorrow” program at Churchill Downs.
The historic Twin Spires of Churchill Downs will be glowing pink both inside and out through the month of November as the home of the Kentucky Derby takes part in Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear’s “Horses and Hope initiative to raise breast cancer awareness in the state’s horse industry.
Carl Moore's Chamberlain Bridge, ridden by Jaime Theriot and trained by Bret Calhoun, wore down pacesetter Piratesonthelake in deep stretch to win Thursday's $52,940 Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund feature race at Churchill Downs by 1 ¾ lengths.
A $28,754 carryover in the revamped Z-5 (Super Hi-5) awaits horse racing fans at Churchill Downs as bettors across North America attempt to correctly select the top five finishers in Thursday’s third race.
(Oct. 29, 2008) – Janis R. Whitham’s homebred 3-year-old filly Nursery Rhyme overcame trouble in traffic at the head of the stretch to rally for a head victory over Kiawah’s Magic in Wednesday’s $48,000 The Lord’s Kitchen allowance feature at Churchill Downs.
ZITO SAYS COMMENTATOR IS ‘POSSIBLE' FOR CLARK HANDICAP - Two-time Whitney Handicap (Grade I) winner Commentator could end his successful racing season at Churchill Downs with a bid for the 134th running of the $500,000-added Clark Handicap Presented by Norton Healthcare (GII).
Churchill Downs to Give Away $10,000 in College Scholarships on Friday, Oct. 31; Free Admission to All College Students
(Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008) – It’s sure to be a Happy Halloween for at least 10 college students on Friday, Oct. 31 at Churchill Downs as the Louisville, Ky. racetrack and the Kentucky Thoroughbred Association give away $10,000 in college scholarships.